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to me, you suggest that the president of the united states trying to push people to a socialist state. you don't really believe that. >> eric: i honestly believe that. the more people on the doll, the more votes he gets. if you are getting free stuff, what do you do? vote to get the gravy train to stop? no, you vote to keep it coming. >> bob: in less than 60 days he'll have the last votes he will ever have. >> eric: i'm deathly afraid of what happens in the next four years if we have socialized medicine, redistribution of wealth. $81 billion in food stamps in 2019. up from 39 billion the last year. the bush administration. there is serious redistribution. >> bob: people who qualify for food stamps and they need to eat. >> greg: the other upside is he is creating job for the guy who creates food stamp card. that is a good thing. i don't think -- >> kimberly: so positive. >> greg: i don't think it's diabolical that he is creating more dependency for votes. when you come from an ideology where you believe the government can do better than the private sector and the government's responsea
't have an answer. >> bob: bills in the united states congress and -- >> greg: the employment would be worse. everybody talked about how the people are leaving the labor force, going to social security or back to school. if it had the same participation in 2009, the numbers would be at 11.4 -- yes, so in fact, his numbers are like dana wearing lifts. if you took the lifts out, it would be far smaller. >> eric: what is with the every month there is a revision? the 20,000 jobs came out of the economy from june. meanwhile, that was two months ago. here is what happened. the labor department puts up the number. it looks okay. here, but the real number is down here. they don't tell you about it. >> dana: in the bush years it was the other way. they'd be revised upward. >> eric: better. >> dana: yeah. so june would have been better than originally reported. why is it this way? why can't we get better stats on this. bob, cansky you one thing? >> bob: sure. >> dana: something paul ryan recommended in the past which i thought you would like, closing a lot of loopholes including a suggestion
of these united states, i will work with all my energy and soul to restore that america, to lift our eyes to a better future, that future is our destiny. that future is out there. it is waiting for us. our children deserve it. our nation depends on it. the peace and freedom of the world require it, and with your help, we will deliver it. let us begin that future for america tonight. thank you s so very much. may god bless you. may god bless the american people, and may god bless the united states of america. >> american people, meet mitt romney. so quite a night last night. eric, what do you think? a lot of navigatio analysis butg matters up until this point. >> mitt romney looked very presidential but we realized one thing last night. he's tough. he's capable of making a good decision in paul ryan. he's persevered through the cheap shots, the low blows, the accusations. on a personal note, my mother, the last word she ever said to me, she said never quit. there's no quit in mitt. mitt romney is not a quitter. he showed it last night. >> i thought he was very solid. he did what he needed
has friends in both the united states political party. as i mentioned, dabby waserman schultz is with us. he says he didn't say that. >> and i didn't say he said that. unfortunately, that comment was reported by conservative newspaper, not surprising that they would deliberately misquote me. >> dana: dnc chair debbie waserman schultz told shepard smith said they misquoted her. but then the original audio surfaced. listen to this. >> we know and i heard michael oren say this, while the republicans -- what is the republicans are doing is dangerous to israel. >> dana: i can understand how frustrating is it to be misquoted by any newspaper, conservative liberal or otherwise but when you are caught on tape is it the right thing to do, apologize to the reporter and them bass dore trying to navigate tricky waters and in the make it political? >> greg: no. she's exactly right. that's not exactly what she said. it was amazing --dais how can you just lie like that? >> greg: there are tells when you lie. generally you lie generally you look up. she is k maintain pure eye contact when she
raza that wanted to create a separate state in the united states. heck of an achievement and glossed over that. >> bob: listen, she did work very hard to put her daughter through school. went through college -- >> greg: that is grandmother. i'm talking about the mother. >> dana: starting raz virginia a big deal. >> greg: radical socialist front that -- >> bob: it's really not. it's not. main stream hispanic -- >> greg: it's main stream now but back then it was as main stream as jeremiah wright. >> bob: fighting then the brown panthers a radical group. there were unforced errors i agree but by and large i could haven't asked for a better opening con vention night. again, we talk about that. it was driven by the speeches. you can say that castro made mistakes, ryan did. >> eric: he didn't make mistakes. he lied to people watching. one taxes, one on jobs, ryan's plan for pel grant and one on ryan's plan for medicare. bill clinton, he will probably attack mitt romney, right? what he is not going to tell you that bill clinton oversaw the community reinvestment act renewal. in 1995 or so,
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